Control has been out for seven days, and it’s most likely the best feature of raytracing in a game to date, with delightful reflections, shadows, and worldwide enlightenment all in plain view all through your voyage through the Oldest House.
Being that it’s spot on the bleeding edge of present day graphics, it can likewise be truly hard on most PC assembles. Indeed, even clients sporting the best in class in RTX GPUs have detailed issues with Control, from stammering to straight-up dark screens.
Cure and 505 Games have presented a concise update on Control’s official site, updating players on what the improvement groups are taking a shot at post-dispatch.
The principal thing they address are issues with RTX graphics cards, and for players having issues here they prescribe refreshing Windows 10 to the most recent form (in any event 1903). You can check which build you’re running via looking for “framework data” in the Start menu search bar.
The engineers will include switch alternatives for both movement obscure and film grain in an update coming in mid-to late September, so if both of those have been giving you migraines, , fear not—help is on the way.
They’re additionally making fixes to Control’s guide.
“Our designers are attempting to improve how the in-game guide burdens to guarantee that all the important information shows quickly and accurately, as it should,” the update peruses. “We’ll give more data on this very soon.”
There are no designs to add HDR functionality to Control, be that as it may.
“Moving into post dispatch, we want to use the assets we need to concentrate on future free content for Control like the Photo Mode,” the update says. “We understand this may frustrate a few players, however we trust the additions we intend to bring to Control more than compensate for the absence of HDR.”